by Latoya Peterson
After much discussion, Carmen and I have decided to start an announcements thread that will run every Friday.
The thread will serve two purposes:
1. To call attention to events/films/conferences/etc that our readers may be interested in.
2. To highlight reader blogs and submissions, in a similar fashion to the Feministe Shameless Self-Promotion Sunday thread.
If you are a promoter/publicist/event coordinator, please send us information about your event (preferably with an event flyer) to email@example.com before noon on Thursdays. Please include “Announcements Thread – ____” in the subject line.
If you are a reader and would like to highlight specific blog posts you have written or events that you are attending, please feel free to leave a message in the comments section.
Please note: Racialicious reserves the right to refuse any promotions/delete any comments that we deem are not a good fit for this site or for our audience.
MIXED ROOTS FILM & LITERARY FESTIVAL
HOSTED BY MIXED CHICKS CHAT
JUNE 12-14, 2008, AT THE JAPANESE AMERICAN NATIONAL MUSEUM
The Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival will be held at the Japanese American National Museum in downtown Los Angeles, June 12-June 14, 2008, celebrating storytelling of the Mixed racial and cultural experience including that of transracial/cultural adoption and interracial/cultural relationships.
The Festival, hosted by Mixed Chicks Chat, is an inclusive event targeting the growing population of multiracial and multicultural individuals. The Festival brings together film and book lovers, innovative artists, and families interested in the Mixed racial and cultural experience.
For more information, visit The Mixed Roots Film & Literary Festival 2008 site.
Celebrating 50 years of His Royal Badness
Buy your tickets now!
We’re the Ones U wanna C.
June 6th / June 7th, 2008
The Zipper Factory
336 W. 37th Street
(between 8th & 9th Avenues)
New York, NY 10018
Two Nites Only!
Come dressed in your Princely best.
Tickets on sale now!
$25 General (Tricky, Yes!)
$40 Royal Court (Money Don’t Matter 2 Night!)
Get yours before they sell out.
For tickets, please go to www.thezipperfactory.com or call 212.352.3101.
For dinner reservations at The Zipper Factory Tavern, please call 212.695.4600.
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